Victoria Baskin Coffey

PhD (in progress) , MLA , BA (Communications)

Casual Research Associate

Victoria Baskin Coffey (Viktor Baskin, they/them/enby) is a Visual Anthropologist with an enduring interest in the ways that images make the world. 

They are the Visual Editor of "Feral Atlas: The More-than Human Anthropocene", Editor of Curatorium for the Australian Anthropological Society (special issue forthcoming) and the Co-Curator & Founder of the art and anthropology collective, otis (www.otismakers.com).

Viktor is currently curating the "Feral Atlas" project (an interactive, open-access website) for public exhibition around the world alongside Prof. Jennifer Deger. This work has been recognised in the top 20 of Art Review's Power 100 list of the most influential art figures in the world and was released by Stanford University Press (www.feralatlas.org). Viktor's ongoing collaborations with Prof. Jennifer Deger have led them to join Miyarrka Media, an arts collective based in the YolÅ‹u community of Gapuwiyak in Northern Australia. 

While working across these worlds, Viktor is also currently completing their own PhD research exploring the digital-visual image practices amongst transgender, gender nonbinary, & gender variant communities of Southern India. 

Victoria Coffey

Contacts

PhD Researcher at the James Cook University/Aarhus University